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Subjects who participated in this study were interviewed concerning their perceptions of quality of life and how they believed transtracheal oxygen affected their lives.
The subjects ranged in age from 54 to 76 years, and had been using transtracheal oxygen for as little as 22 and as much as 40 months.
Patients were familiar with the researcher as part of the transtracheal oxygen staff.
The other option is a SCOOP[R] transtracheal oxygen catheter which, once inserted into the trachea, delivers a constant flow of oxygen.
Despite the well-documented benefits of using SCOOP catheters, transtracheal oxygen therapy performed on an outpatient basis remains labor-intensive.
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